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On the second Saturday of September, the Builder's Holiday was held in Lithuania, which has already been traditional since 2000. On this occasion, a joint lunch was organized for production and administration workers in the courtyard of the head office in Gargždai – two types of hot dishes served in marmite, and a festive cake. The idea of a joint festive dinner was also supported at the facilities of the construction and industrial departments in Lithuania and abroad. At the facilities, employees were treated to freshly baked pizza, and scaffolding installers received holiday packages from the head office.
On August 23-25, Simonas Kuodis, head of sales and business development, together with A. Pakalniškis, chief engineer of the project evaluation department, visited the Swedish cities of Malmo and Stockholm. In Malmo, our specialists met with the customer's project team for the construction of the NSM hospital complex, with whom they discussed the results of the work done and the prospects for further cooperation. A meeting was held in Stockholm with representatives of companies whose projects are currently at the stage of bidding. On September 1-3, head of sales and business development M. Danyla visited Norway. During the visit, Mindaugas met with representatives of the largest construction companies and manufacturers of reinforced concrete elements. K. Romaikin, representing the Litana group in Norway, also took part in the work. During the meetings, the issues on the construction of a hospital in Drammen and the prospects for further cooperation were discussed.
The construction of medical and social institutions in the Nordic countries at the moment is one of the most priority tasks. The total area of the new Drammen hospital complex building will be 122,000 sq. meters. Specialists of the Litana group will work on the construction of the central block of the complex and in-patient care facility (27,000 sq. m): 1200 tons of metal structures will be manufactured for them with subsequent installation at the facility. The works on the assembly of metal structures have already begun in August, and will be completed in a 19-month period. A project manager K. Romaikin does not hide his joy: “It is pleasant to realize that, after the successful completion of the construction of hospital complexes in Stockholm and Malmo (Sweden), the mantle of the construction of healthcare facilities has passed to the Litana group division in Norway. The contract signed with the largest Norwegian general contractor is an excellent example of well-coordinated teamwork of the commercial, production and construction departments.”